Tag Archives: Personal Computer

Here’s The Limited Edition MSI Trident 3 In Cool, Icy White Color

Usually gaming rig is defined by the color black, but if black is not your cuppa and you need a powerful off-the-shelf rig, well, then here’s the MSI Trident 3 VR7RD-048US Arctic Limited Edition Gaming PC for you. Based on the award winning Trident 3 introduced earlier this year, Arctic Limited Edition, as the product name implies, is the Trident 3 you have known dressed in icy white hue. Ermmm. Think that’s about it. It is really purely cosmetics. Continue reading Here’s The Limited Edition MSI Trident 3 In Cool, Icy White Color

Lenovo’s Razer Edition Is The Closest Thing You’ll Get To A Razer Desktop

Ever wonder how will a Razer desktop look like? Well, then look no further than the Lenovo Y900 Razer Edition Gaming Desktop PC. Granted, the Lenovo Y900 Razer Edition is not exactly a Razer’s own desktop gaming rig, but rest assure that you will have all your Razer-oriented gaming needs in one uber sleek desktop machine. What you will get is a complete setup which includes a Y27G curved gaming monitor boosting 144Hz refresh rate and NVIDIA G-Sync support, overclockable Intel processor and GTX 1080 graphics card (unfortunately, the latest 1080 Ti isn’t on the menu), and Chroma-goodness – thanks to the inclusion of Razer hardware comprising of Razer BlackWidow Chroma Mechanical Keyboard and Razer Mamba Tournament Edition Mouse. Continue reading Lenovo’s Razer Edition Is The Closest Thing You’ll Get To A Razer Desktop

DELL Unveiled 32-inch 8K Display, 27-inch QHD Smart Workspace And More

These days, the tech world is all about absurd tech which we suspect are solely with the aim of making tech watchers’ jaw drop. These gadgets go beyond ‘wow’; they will make you go like “no shit, are they serious?, or maybe just “no freaking way!” So far, we have witnessed a ginormous 21-inch laptop with curved screen, a refrigerator that lets you see what’s inside without opening, a flash drive that packs 2TB, a laptop that packs three monitors et cetera, but those are just the tip of the iceberg. There are more and DELL is responsible for a couple too, including an eye-watering 32-inch 8K monitor (8K!) and a 27-inch QHD Smart Workspace, the world’s first smart workspace that pretty much negates the need for a mouse or even a keyboard. Continue reading DELL Unveiled 32-inch 8K Display, 27-inch QHD Smart Workspace And More

Panther Alpha Micro PC Runs On Linux-based OS, Can Be Yours For Just $89

There are a handful of Operating Systems out there, but really there are only two which are commonly used today and they are none other than Microsoft Windows and Apple macOS. If only Linux, which is mainly relegated to geeks’ use, were easier to work on, then perhaps the world will have another “less controlled” option. Actually, we don’t need to wish cos’ a startup known as Panther MPC has taken on the challenge to make computing more enjoyable and affordable and the company’s first product, Panther Alpha Micro PC, here to do just that. Continue reading Panther Alpha Micro PC Runs On Linux-based OS, Can Be Yours For Just $89

Microsoft’s “Meticulously Crafted” All-In-One PC Is A Remarkable Beauty

If you are total sucker for beautiful gadgets like me, I am sure the newly announced Microsoft Surface Studio is sure give a serious tech orgasm. And I am not even kidding. Like its mobile counterpart, the Microsoft Surface Studio is super thin – in fact, it is so thin that it is fall straight into our mind-blown category. Propping up the large 28-inch 4,500 by 3,000 multitouch PixelSense Display is a pair of sleek legs that allows for multiple angle adjustment – a la Apple iMac style and sandwiched between is CPU, which is equally impressive as far as design is concerned. Speaking of multiple adjustment, Microsoft Surface Studio allows the entire display to be folded down, turning it into a giant slate making it suitable for team discussion or as a drawing board of sort. Continue reading Microsoft’s “Meticulously Crafted” All-In-One PC Is A Remarkable Beauty

HP Pavilion Wave & Elite Slice Proves PC Makers Are Getting More Innovative

For decades, PC makers haven’t been thinking out-of-the-box, like literally. Over the years, desktop computers and rectangular chassis are synonymous. That’s until Mac Pro came along with its shiny, gleaming cylindrical look. It broke the tradition which previously only available to PC customizers. A few years on, MSI also challenge the status quo and soon after, HP took the leap too with not one but two desktop computers, HP Pavilion Wave and HP Elite Slice, respectively. The former took a radical approach by taking on a triangular tower form that is 85 percent smaller than conventional towers and with the fabric woven skin, it certainly looks more like a speaker you would expect from the likes of B&O, and for good reason; its audio is powered by B&O PLAY. Continue reading HP Pavilion Wave & Elite Slice Proves PC Makers Are Getting More Innovative

Samsung’s Cylindrical PC Quietly Creeps Into Market, Cost A Cool $1,200

PC makers haven’t been thinking out of the box, like quite literally, until recent years. Previously, PC chassis is nothing more than an rectangular box, but that changes when the trash can-like (but sleek) Mac Pro came onto the market. Even then, it took other mainstream makers a couple of years to came up with their own designs that challenge the status quo – starting with the MSI Vortex, and now, Samsung has also joins the non-boring shape PC movement with its own avant garde ArtPC Pulse Premium Desktop Computer (DP700C6A-X01US), which quietly creeps into the marketplace without much fanfare, or press brief. Continue reading Samsung’s Cylindrical PC Quietly Creeps Into Market, Cost A Cool $1,200

Polish Auto Repair Shop Is Still Using A Commodore 64 To Balance Driveshafts

Reading news like this often prompt us think that modern technology is not superior from the old apart from being faster. For some reason, new gadgets are never made to last. Intentionally or not, we don’t know. Anyways, that’s some conspiracy shit we shall not stick our fingers into. Anywho, the Commodore 64 you see here is apparently twenty five freaking year-old and amazingly, it is still functioning and used as a daily workhorse in an auto repair shop at Gdansk, Poland. Oh look, it has the good’ol 5 1/4-inch floppy drive too! And monochromatic monitor! Now, that thing right there is a real ancient tech, boys and girls. Continue reading Polish Auto Repair Shop Is Still Using A Commodore 64 To Balance Driveshafts

MSI Usher The Era Of Virtual Reality With Lighter And Slimmer Backpack PC

So, the Backpack PC we read about back in June is not what MSI has in mind about a wearable gaming computer. Lets just chuck that aside and meet MSI’s newest iteration of the soon-to-be-hot PC-on-your-back movement. Dubbed VR One (not to be confused with ZEISS VR One headset), MSI is quick to stake claim as “the world’s first-ever VR backpack.” With that statement, we take it as a full-functional, ready in-exchange for your hard-earned money product. However, pricing has yet to be disclosed, but it don’t take genius to figure out that a rig like such is going cost quite a fair amount. The backpack PC is currently on the show floor of Tokyo Game Show 2016, which opens its door to trade visitors today, on September 15. Continue reading MSI Usher The Era Of Virtual Reality With Lighter And Slimmer Backpack PC

Ockel Sirius B Black Cherry Is A Tower PC That Slips Right Into The Pocket

They say the smartphone in your pocket is equivalent to a powerful PC, but truth be told, it hardly is because even with crazy processing power, it still can’t do what a full-fledged PC can. That said, if you want full-fledged PC performance, you ought to have a real PC or at least a laptop, or you could put your faith in this super tiny, full-fledged Windows 10 gadget called Ockel Sirius B Black Cherry. Ockel Sirius B is the brainchild of Dutch startup Ockel, named after the first Dutch to be in space, and the product name Sirius B is a tribute to a well-known white dwarf star of the same name. In astrology, Sirius B is small, but it is no less brighter than most of the stars, which is exactly Ockel Sirius B stands for: small in stature, big in performance. Continue reading Ockel Sirius B Black Cherry Is A Tower PC That Slips Right Into The Pocket